Informative, inspiring, or just plain interesting education and digital technology content from across the web, posted on Twitter over the past week and collected here to share with our blog readers.
This week in the wrap … Ramsey Musallam helps us prepare to “hack the sub lesson” by inserting ourselves into Google Forms using video, a great piece offering real world insights into the ease with which hackers mauy be able to exploit your information you log on to public wifi networks, speaking of Google – Classrooms has a new grade book, a fun look at ways to use the free Adobe Spark app in the classroom, consider six questions we should be asking about personalized learning, Southern New Hampshire University continues to innovate, and much more to explore!
Hacking the Sub Lesson: Videos IN Google Forms
A New Gradebook for Google Classroom!
Nice ideas: 16 Ways to Motivate Students in the Classroom Using Adobe Spark
The Importance of Mentorships in Higher Education
Six Questions We Should Be Asking About Personalized Learning
SIIA Opens Nomination Period for 2019 Ed Tech CODiE Awards
Emphasizing workforce training in new vision for STEM education
SNHU’s new program reimagines the concept of college
11 of The Best Science Websites for Interactive Learning
Student prints 3D blocks to help children with disabilities communicate
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